Citations with the tag: INTERNATIONAL law
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- Fishing in the Bering Sea donut: straddling stocks and the new international law of fisheries
Burke, William T. // Ecology Law Quarterly; 1989, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p285
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- Courts and foreign policy.
Franck, T.M. // Foreign Policy; Summer91, Issue 83, p66
Considers how few legal cases containing foreign-policy aspects are decided in American courts. Foreign policy questions on the desks of judges that are about: powers of Congress, money, property, `green cards,' war, terrorism, espionage or diplomacy. To foreign-policy managers almost...
- International judicial intervention.
Scheffer, David J. // Foreign Policy; Spring96, Issue 102, p34
Focuses on international judicial intervention. Events that helped lay the foundation for the rule in the postwar world; Use of innovative mechanisms to address widespread human rigHts abuses; Trends toward international judicial intervention; International criminal tribunals that serve as the...
- 1997 survey of international law in the Second Circuit.
Scheffer, David J. // Syracuse Journal of International Law & Commerce; Fall97, Vol. 24, p143
Surveys significant cases involving international law in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Includes case involving the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act; Foreign discovery; Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
- International and operations law.
Scheffer, David J. // Reporter; Sep91, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on international law and operations laws. Reasons for the focus on these laws; Details on operations law.
- Gist: Diplomatic immunity.
Scheffer, David J. // U.S. Department of State Dispatch; 10/22/90, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p210
Outlines the background, legal framework and abuses of diplomatic immunity, a principle of international law by which certain foreign government officials are not subject to the jurisdiction of local courts.
- U.S. signs Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisition.
Scheffer, David J. // International Law Update; Jul99, Vol. 5, p89
Reports on developments in international law and international trade regulations as of July 1999. United States' signing of Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisition.
- Law games.
Scheffer, David J. // Wilson Quarterly; Spring90, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on international law. Opinion of author Robert Bork; Rules governing the treatment of diplomats; Disputes; Futility of the law.
- The rules of war.
Olson, T. // Scholastic Update; 3/22/91, Vol. 123 Issue 13, p11
Traces the development of international agreements on the rules of war. Various treaties signed since the St. Petersburg Declaration of 1868; Focus on efforts to alleviate some of the calamities of war; Questionable effectiveness of internationalrules of war. INSET: Chemical weapons: Death in...
- International and operational law notes.
Olson, T. // Army Lawyer; Jul95, Issue 272, p60
Presents news concerning international law in the United States as of July 1995. Includes the availability of a legal training handbook for the Ukrainian military; Consequences of violating the Posse Comitatus Act; Federal and state court decisions.
- International law: the critics are wrong.
Farer, T. // Foreign Policy; Summer88, Issue 71, p22
Consideration of internationalism, seen as ethical and legal limitations of coercive power exercised for national purposes, and its critics. Embodiment of internationalism seen as in the structure and function of the United Nations (UN); Critical voices; Interpretation of the UN charter;...
- International and operations law.
Farer, T. // Reporter; Mar98, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p18
Presents information related to international and nuclear operations law. Functions of judge advocates; Duties of international and operations law; Involvement of military lawyers in every aspect of nuclear operations; Indepth look at the operations of the United States Strategic Command;...
- Oklahoma Courts May Not Consider "International" Law.
Henner, Peter // International Law News; Spring2011, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p19
The article discusses the ballot initiative adopted by Oklahoma in the 2010 election that directs state courts not to interfere in the legal precepts of other nations or culture.
- International criminal court.
Henner, Peter // United Nations Chronicle; Dec92, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p76
Reports that the International Law Commission has asked the United Nations General Assembly whether it should formulate a draft statute for an international criminal court. Details.
- UNCITRAL reviews model law on international credit transfers.
Henner, Peter // United Nations Chronicle; Sep91, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p76
Reports that the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) reviewed the draft Model Law on International Credit Transfers at its twenty-fourth session June 10-28, 1991 in Vienna, Austria.
- The international community and limitations of sovereignty.
Bettati, Mario // Diogenes; 1996, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p91
Looks at the various aspects of the National sovereignty. Principles of international judicial and they aims; Details of a case where sovereignty was excluded over its nationals; Obstacle of sovereignty; Demands from the `universality' of human rights; Comments from professor Samuel Huntington...
- NLR volume 58 issue 3 Cover and Front matter.
Bettati, Mario // Netherlands International Law Review; Dec2011, Vol. 58 Issue 3, pf1
The cover and front matter of volume 58, 2011 issue of "Netherlands International Law Review" are presented.
- The perils of `legality.'
Bettati, Mario // Newsweek; 9/10/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 11, p66
Editorial. Columnist George F. Will discusses international law and who enacts, construes, adjudicates and enforces it. Current crisis in the Persian Gulf; Questions whether international law exists; `International community'; Grenada and Panama interventions.
- US set to impose sanctions on Syria.
Ford, Neil // Middle East; Dec2003, Issue 340, p16
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad's plans to liberalize the economy, increase political freedom and improve relations with the West have progressed slowly since he succeeded his father, Hafez Al Assad, in 2000. As a result of the slow pace of change, Assad decided in September 2003 to form a more...
- Pacific Storms.
Suter, Keith // World Today; Nov2003, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p20
Reports that an Australian-led regional force has intervened in the Solomon Islands at the national parliament's invitation. Impact of the regional intervention force in Solomon Island on countries outside the region; Discussion of Australia and New Zealand's resistance for military...
- A theory of international conflict management and sanctioning.
Garoupa, Nuno R.; Gata, João E. // Public Choice; Jan2002, Vol. 110 Issue 1/2, p41
Presents a study which analyzed policies in international law. International military conflict modeling where countries in conflict are targets for sanctions; Elements and description of international sanctions.
- Home by Christmas?
Garoupa, Nuno R.; Gata, João E. // Progressive; Dec84, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p10
Addresses the issue of the United States intervention in Central America. Key officials of El Salvador who collaborated with the U.S. in the war against the country's rebels; Negative aspects of U.S. President Ronald Reagan's intervention policies; Alleged role of the Central Intelligence...
- A Theory of Customary International Law.
Goldsmith, Jack L.; Posner, Eric A. // University of Chicago Law Review; Fall99, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p1113
Presents a theory of customary international law (CIL) that seeks to resolve the difficulties with standard accounts of CIL. Standard views of CIL; Possibility of multinational CIL norms; Origin and change of CIL norms.
- International sanctions--scope and limitations.
Korkish, Friedrich // Officer; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p127
Focuses on the scopes and limitations of the imposition of international sanctions. Influence of sanctions on the behavior of states; Use of sanctions in the re-establishment of norms of international law; International organization's authority to impose sanctions.
- THE TORTURE VICTIM'S PROTECTION ACT, THE ALIEN TORT CLAIMS ACT, AND FOUCAULT'S ARCHAEOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE.
Engle, Eric // Albany Law Review; 2003, Vol. 67 Issue 2, p501
Presents information on the U.S. laws, Alien Tort Claims Act (ATCA) and the Torture Victim's Protection Act of 1991 (TVPA), which grant persons a cause of action in tort in the U.S. for torts that violate international law such as torture. Obstacles to succeeding under the ATCA and TVPA;...
- The Hawaiian Kingdom Arbitration Case and the Unsettled Question of the Hawaiian Kingdom's Claim to Continuity as an Independent State under International Law.
Dumberry, Patrick // Chinese Journal of International Law; 2002, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p655
Offers a look at an Arbitral Tribunal case that raised the question of the legality of the annexation of Hawaii by the U.S. in 1898 and the claim of the continuing existence of the Hawaiian Kingdom as an independent state in international law. Overview of the historical context of the case;...
- The Targeted Killings Judgment.
Schondorf, Roy S. // Journal of International Criminal Justice; May2007, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p301
This judgment is one of the most important contributions in recent years by a national court to the development of the laws governing armed conflicts between states and non-state actors taking place outside of the territory of the state involved. However, some contentious issues should not be...
- A Theory of the Laws of War.
Posner, Eric A. // University of Chicago Law Review; Winter2003, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p297
Focuses on the laws of war. Influence of the laws on the behavior of the states; Laws of war as devices for limiting the efficiency of military technology; Factors that constrain the ability of nations to agree on restrictive laws of war.
- Convention (VI) relating to the status of enemy merchant ships at the outbreak of hostilities.
Posner, Eric A. // Convention (VI) Relating to the Status of Enemy Merchant Ships a; 2009, p1
Presents the text of Convention VI of the Hague Conventions signed October 18, 1907, regarding the status of enemy merchant ships at the outbreak of hostilities. Allowances for enemy ships; Regulations concerning enemy cargo; Ratification of the convention.
- Convention (VII) relating to the conversion of merchant ships into war-ships.
Posner, Eric A. // Convention (VII) Relating to the Conversion of Merchant Ships in; 2009, p1
Presents the text of Convention VII of the Hague Conventions signed October 18, 1907, establishing conditions for the conversion of merchant ships into warships. Need for all warships to bear national colors; Duty of belligerents to add such conversions to their lists of warships; Other comments.
- A Compliance-Based Theory of International Law.
Guzman, Andrew T. // California Law Review; Dec2002, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p1823
Examines international law from the perspective of compliance. Impact of international law on state behavior; Sources of law; Information on theories of international law; Discussion on the theory of compliance within the framework of rational and self-interested states; Sanctions for...
- HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE COURT.
Guzman, Andrew T. // Congressional Digest; Jan1961, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p2
Traces the historical background of International Court of Justice. Creation of Permanent Court of Arbitration in 1899; Events leading to the creation of Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ) in 1920; Problems in the working of PCIJ.
- The Eritrea/Ethiopia Claims Commission Oversteps Its Boundaries: A Partial Award?
Gray, Christine // European Journal of International Law; Sep2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p669
The recent decision by the Eritrea/ Ethiopia Claims Commission on the ius ad bellum claims of Ethiopia -- that Eritrea had violated the law on the use of force in starting the 1998-2000 war between the two states -- is a troubling one. It raises questions about the proper role of arbitral...
- Gaza: Tentative Truce Talks, But Fighting Continues.
Gray, Christine // Emerging Markets Monitor; 1/12/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 38, p19
The article reports on the situation in Gaza. It is noted that Israel agreed on the principles of a ceasefire proposal to allow humanitarian aid to come in Gaza although the Strip has continue to experience heavy fighting. On the other hand, Hamas is said to be interested in having a decent...
- Contract of Mutual (In)Difference:Governance and the Humanitarian Apparatus in Contemporary Albania and Kosovo.
Kouchner, Bernard // Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies; Winter2003, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p369
Addresses the ways in which the humanitarian-military apparatus constructs the logic behind its interventions in Albania and Kosovo. Convergence between military and humanitarian forms of intervention and the role of non-governmental organizations; Ways of defining sovereignty; Details on the...
- TEARING DOWN THE FACADE: A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE CURRENT LAW ON TARGETING THE WILL OF THE ENEMY AND AIR FORCE DOCTRINE.
Meyer, Jeanne M. // Air Force Law Review; 2001, Vol. 51, p143
Examines the international law on targeting the will of the enemy and air force doctrine. Principles of international law regulating air warfare; Discussion on states practices in air warfare; Strategic advantages of air strikes.
- Convention (III) for the adaptation to maritime warfare of the principles of the Geneva Convention o.
Meyer, Jeanne M. // Convention (III) for the Adaptation to Maritime Warfare of the P; 2009, p1
Presents the text of Convention III of the Hague Conventions applying the terms of the Geneva Convention of August 22, 1864, to maritime warfare signed July 29, 1899. Safety of medical ships; Rights of belligerants; Other comments.
- THE KNIGHTS AND MEXICO.
Meyer, Jeanne M. // America; 9/5/1936, Vol. 55 Issue 22, p517
The author presents views on American intervention in Mexico. The author believes that the position of the U.S. government toward Mexico remained unchanged such that tyrants who have risen, have enjoyed the support of the American government. The author thinks that nothing has been done despite...
- Int'l trademark protection under Madrid Protocol and its impact on franchisors.
Vernon, John // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 1/6/2003, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p12
Focuses on the Madrid Protocol, an international agreement for a centralized trademark registration process. Key component of an international trademark protection; Advantages under the protocol; Implications of the protocol for franchisors.
- ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AND THE IRAN EXPERIENCE.
Carswell, Robert // Foreign Affairs; Winter81/82, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p247
This article discusses the economic sanction imposed by the U.S. on Iran in November 1979. Fifty-two U.S. citizens were taken hostage in Iran on November 4, 1979. Ten days later, in circumstances to be related, U.S. President Jimmy Carter froze all assets of the government of Iran in the U.S....
- When Courts Make Law: How the International Criminal Tribunals Recast the Laws of War.
Danner, Allison Marston // Vanderbilt Law Review; Jan2006, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses the reformations of the laws of war by international courts and criminal tribunals. The major treaties on the laws of war address three distinct aspects of this legal regime: the scope of the rules, the content of the rules, and their enforcement mechanisms. The changes of...
- NYL volume 6 Cover and Front matter.
Danner, Allison Marston // Netherlands Yearbook of International Law; 1975, Vol. 6 Issue 1, pf1
The article presents the cover and front issues of the book "Netherlands Yearbook of International Law," Volume VI.
- Humanitarian Intervention: Is There a Need for a Legal Reappraisal?
Hilpold, Peter // European Journal of International Law; 2001, Vol. 12 Issue 3
Discusses the breakdown of the international law doctrine brought about by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) intervention in Kosovo, Serbia. Existence of the right to humanitarian intervention; Prohibition on the use of force; Capability of the international law.
- Jewish groups welcome sanctions but want more.
KAMPEAS, RON // New Jersey Jewish News; 5/6/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 18, p21
The article reports that the U.S. Jewish groups accepted the announcement of the unified initiative on Iran sanctions but are pushing for strong unilateral sanctions by the U.S. Congress in response to Iran's attempt to withdraw international efforts on nuclear development monitoring.
- LJL volume 25 issue 3 Cover and Front matter.
KAMPEAS, RON // Leiden Journal of International Law; Sep2012, Vol. 25 Issue 3, pf1
The front cover of the journal is presented, along with the issue�s editors and information on the journal's contents and subscriptions information.
- LJL volume 25 issue 3 Cover and Back matter.
KAMPEAS, RON // Leiden Journal of International Law; Sep2012, Vol. 25 Issue 3, pb1
The back matter of the journal is presented along with instructions for contributors, the table of contents, and lists of journals relating to international law.
- NJ legislators pass 'historic' sanctions on Iran.
Rubin, Debra // New Jersey Jewish News; 7/5/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 27, p4
The article reports that legislators voted on a sanctions bill for Iran which prevents companies in New Jersey from contracting with its finance or energy sectors.
- The Anglo-Italian Agreement.
Rubin, Debra // New Republic; 1/13/37, Vol. 89 Issue 1154, p316
The article examines the terms of the Anglo-Italian Agreement between Great Britain and Italy that was made public on January 3, 1939. The author explained that the term will provide free access through the Mediterranean to both countries which also guarantees territorial status quo. He stressed...
- LJL volume 25 issue 1 Cover and Front matter.
Rubin, Debra // Leiden Journal of International Law; Mar2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, pf1
The front cover of the journal is presented along with the issue’s editors and information on membership, subscriptions, and the contents of the journal.
- LJL volume 25 issue 1 Cover and Back matter.
Rubin, Debra // Leiden Journal of International Law; Mar2012, Vol. 25 Issue 1, pb1
The back cover of the journal is presented along with instructions for contributors and advertisements.